Scottsdale Slip-and-Fall Lawyer

If you’re hurt after a serious fall, you may have grounds for a lawsuit. Your Scottsdale slip-and-fall attorney will help you get compensated when you’re injured and need guidance for your claim.  

A quick trip to the store can turn into a fall, a trip in an ambulance, and a lot of pain along the way. You may not have noticed that puddle on the floor or that loose floorboard that lead to your injury. If this sounds familiar, you may have grounds for a lawsuit

When you’re hurt in a slip-and-fall accident, you need help from the lawyers at Zachar Law Firm, P.C. Your Scottsdale slip-and-fall lawyer will help you determine who’s responsible for your injury and represent your interests every step of the way. 

Who to Sue in a Scottsdale Slip-and-Fall Accident

When you’re hurt in an Arizona slip-and-fall accident, you need to first identify the at-fault party. But that can be difficult, especially when the person who injured you isn’t the one liable for your injuries. 

Your slip-and-fall accident may have been caused by a clerk, for example, who failed to mop up a spill. Failure to repair a broken floorboard may have led to a strain or sprain, or you may have even broken a bone. It may seem in these cases like the person who failed to clean up the spill or place warning signs would be responsible for your injuries. 

But it’s not always that simple. The property owner is typically responsible for injuries on their property. If you were injured on government property, the government may be responsible for your injuries. 

Compensation for Scottsdale Slip-and-Fall Accident Victims

Knowing who’s liable for your injuries is only a part of your Scottsdale slip-and-fall claim. You’ll also need to consider the compensation you’re seeking. Your injuries can be expensive, and you shouldn’t have to accept your trauma and suffering without compensation. These damages should all be accounted for, including your trauma. 

When you think about your damages, your mind may go first to the costs of your claim, like hospital bills, future costs for your injury, and lost wages. But what about the pain you’ve suffered, or the anxiety you may feel now while in a store. You may be due compensation for this suffering as well. Reach out to your slip-and-fall lawyer to determine who’s liable for your injuries and to determine how much your claim is worth.

Get Compensated with a Slip-and-Fall Attorney 

A Scottsdale slip-and-fall accident may not sound so serious, but it can impact your life for years after the incident. Because of this, you may have grounds to seek compensation now. But what can you do about your lawsuit when you’re hurt and suffering? 

The lawyers at Zachar Law Firm, P.C. can represent you when you’re seeking compensation. When you’re hurt, a Scottsdale slip-and-fall lawyer will help you recover from the suffering you experienced. You can get that aid when you reach out for a free consultation when you call 602-494-4800 or complete the online contact form below. 

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